Kirsty MacColl - Electric Landlady (Music CD)

Release Date: 08 October 2012
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Kirsty MacColl's biggest U.S. success (featuring the college radio hit "Walking Down Madison"), 1991's Electric Landlady is also her most eclectic album. Besides the hip-hop-influenced "Walking Down Madison," the album version of which comes complete with a guest rap by Aniff Cousins, Electric Landlady also includes the sublime single "My Affair," MacColl's first full-fledged foray into Latin music. Besides that brilliant track, several of the other more traditional pop songs include prominent Latin percussion that enhances the songs' varied grooves while being subtle enough to let them maintain their individuality. Meanwhile, other tracks incorporate African and electronic influences, and to top it off, the closing "The One and Only" reunites MacColl with the Pogues, with whom she had recorded two tracks in the late '80s. Somehow, all of these disparate influences tie together, united by MacColl's spellbinding voice and typically excellent songwriting, helped as usual by ex-Hitmen guitarist Pete Glenister and former Fairground Attraction leader Mark E. Nevins. While Electric Landlady is not the career high-point that the preceding Kite had been, nor is it as personal and haunting as the following Titanic Days, which concerned the death of her father and her separation from this album's producer, Steve Lillywhite, a second-rate Kirsty MacColl album is still a fine listen. [In 2005 EMI reissued Electric Landlady with the bonus tracks "Don't Go Near the Water," "One Good Thing," "Darling, Let's Have Another Baby," as well as alternate mixes of "My Affair [Bass Sexy Mix]" and "Walking Down Madison [6AM Ambient Mix]."] ~ Stewart Mason
Release Date: 08 October 2012

1. Walking Down Madison
2. All I Ever Wanted
3. Children of the Revolution
4. Halloween
5. My Affair
6. Lying Down
7. He Never Mentioned Love
8. We'll Never Pass This Way Again
9. The Hardest Word
10. Maybe it's Imaginary
11. My Way Home
12. The One and Only
13. One Good Thing
14. The Hardest Word (Alternative Take 3/Alternate Take)
15. Walking Down Madison (6am Ambient Mix)
16. Walking Down Madison (Extended Urban Mix)
17. Walking Down Madison (LP Extended Mix)
18. Darling, Let's Have Another Baby
19. All the Tears That I Cried
20. My Affair (Ladbroke Groove Mix)
21. My Affair (Bass Sexy Mix)
22. My Affair (Olive Groove Mix)
23. Don't Go Near the Water
24. All I Ever Wanted (Single Version)
25. There's a Guy Works Down the Chip Shop Swears He's Elvis (BBC Live Version)
26. Walk Right Back (BBC Live Version)
27. Darling, Let's Have Another Baby (BBC Live Version)
28. A New England (BBC Live Version)


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